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.s. investment. still ahead, with the election just months away, hear how traders pick a winner. traders unplugged is right after this. ñçbÑ traders unplugged gets into politics and money today. pro traders larry shover and alan knuckman are ready to duke it out just like the candidates, and fair to say, traders will use just about anything for a trading opportunity, so round one: an election trading opportunity. intrade.com gives president obama a 75% chance of winning. are you a buyer or seller of that stat? > > i just want to talk about how legitimate these prediction markets are. it's offshore, so people don't actually put money on who they think is going to win. it's gone from 70% to 75%, so i think obama's getting a little bit over-bought. not that i think romney is going to win, but i think there's some opportunity here. > > i have to disagree with you, and i really do, because i think the price is efficient, i think obama being 75% is the ultimate sign of crowdsourcing together. you can't say one's overvalued, one's undervalued. > > if you look at the chart, the chart would ha
years, while a different report says italian prime minister mario monti won't run in elections this spring. time now for some trader talk with scott bauer of trading advantage. scott, i have a list of stocks i want you to comment on today, starting with the home builders. there's been some positive news coming out on home prices, but is there a bubble forming in homebuilder stocks? > > let's look at two things: first, the news that came out yesterday with pricing up 1.2%. great news. i don't know where prices are up 1.2%. i know they're certainly not in my area. i talked to other friends and traders, nobody sees the price appreciation. talking about homebuilder stocks, i do think that there's still room for more appreciation in that space. they fell so far, so fast, and they're really just on the road to recovery, even though we've seen a pretty nice recovery over the last few weeks and months. > > we have to talk about those circuit breaker stocks yesterday: tesla and groupon both tripping the circuit breakers because the stocks were falling so rapidly. would you be a buyer to
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